It’s very hot in here

I thought that I was just messy as a child, but it turns out things only get worse with age. As an adult, I especially feel like it’s impossible to keep my home decluttered. I don’t know what to do with all these accrued belongings, so I usually just try to tuck it away out of sight. At a certain point, however, it’s time to purge. That’s exactly why I threw a huge yard sale last month. I thought I could get rid of some of my own stuff, earn a quick buck, and clean the house all at once. I didn’t realize that people would take “yard sale” so literally. Apparently, that label gives people the impression that EVERYTHING in the yard is fair game. This is how my air conditioner unit was sold to a random person, and we were left with no central cooling system whatsoever. You see, I ran out to get more change for the cash box, leaving my 17 year old daughter in charge. It took longer than expected, and when I returned to the sale, I realized pretty quickly that the house was feeling hot and stagnant. I turned down the thermostat and just went back outside to help with the sale, thinking nothing of the AC situation. At the end of the day, we all packed up and went back inside the house, at which point I found the indoor air temperature to be ungodly hot! We were all quite baffled and distraught, since all we wanted was to relax in comfortable cool air. That’s when my daughter’s exasperated voice rose above the chatter, stating “If you didn’t want the house to be hot, I don’t know why we had the central air conditioner for sale.”

cooling equipment